Oakmont man, 36, reported missing
Oakmont man missing
Oakmont police are looking for a man who hasn't been seen at his apartment or place of work for several days.
Eric David Luzier, 36, is a white man, about 5 feet, 9 inches tall. He is balding. Police said Luzier drives a 1997 Nissan truck with a Pa. license plate YXY0474.
Anyone with information is asked to call Oakmont police at 412-826-1578.
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